HI guys, my first fish, a dwarf gourami named sonny is about one year old now and has taken a turn for the worse. I noticed that after I had him for a couple months that his spine was deformed. It had a noticeable curvature in it that obviously wasn't natural. At the time it didn't affect his swimming ability at all. However about a month ago I noticed that he was swimming a little erratically, but everything else seemed fine. He was still eating healthily and other than a few odd movements he acted normal. Now about a week ago it got much worse. He can't seem to balance himself anymore so his head is always pointing downwards and he can't control himself anymore. I've found him stuck between decorations and plants in the aquariums several times and he's even started to lost some scales, I imagine from bumping into things. I hadn't seen him eat anymore either. So a few days ago I decided to quarantine him in a separate part of the tank away from anything he could get caught in and so I could monitor if he's eating. Sadly I haven't seen him eat anything in days. I really doubt that there is anything else I can do for him but I would gladly take anyone's advice. Thanks guys, as I said, this if my first fish and I would rather not have to euthanise him but at the same time I'd want to end the pain he's obviously in.